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Making ageism old news: an Age Scotland media guide to reporting on older people

Age Scotland's new report aims to help stakeholders, including politicians and the media, improve how they talk about older people by avoiding ageist and negative stereotypes in the messages and images they use.

Migrant narratives 

The NUJ’s Black Members’ Council is recommending a new suite of reporting guides and tips for when reporting stories about migration. 

12 Jan 2022
Million Mask marches

NUJ advice for those covering the protests on Friday 5 November

04 Nov 2021
NUJ Scotland welcomes journalists covering COP26 in Glasgow

The union has provided guidance to members covering the conference and climate emergency demonstrations.

01 Nov 2021
NUJ extra Welfare Officer Handbook

These guidelines were written as a result of NUJ extra's commitment to provide training for its volunteers.

24 May 2021
NUJ to publish protocol with private security workers

The union is working with the International Professional Security Association (IPSA) to launch guidance and a campaign to increase understanding between journalists and private security officers.

14 May 2021
NUJ guidelines on LGBT+ reporting

Gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people have the right to fair, accurate and inclusive reporting of their life stories and concerns. As with all members of society, the media should treat LGBT people with fairness, integrity and respect.

09 Apr 2021
TUC guide April 2021. A safe return to the workplace.

The union approach to keeping workers safe as the UK Government eases restrictions following the third lockdown.

NUJ extra Covid brochure

Extra help with Covid nightmare

16 Mar 2021
Equal pay and the gender pay gap

A yawning gender pay gap favouring men has been revealed in recent years by media companies forced to publish data under new regulations.

24 Feb 2021

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